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    February 25, 2013
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(male announcer):this is the bay area news station,kron 4 news starts now. >> happening right now. residents gathering in pleasant hill tonight. they're pushing for stricter gun control laws. and holding a candlelight vigil to honor those killed in the connecticut school shooting. kron4's dan kerman is there live with reaction. dan? >> reporter: that is right. about 30 minutes ago, it was filled with about 75 people. they are here because they want for stricter gun control laws. they want laws passed on congress to restrict the size of magazines, assault rifles, and better background checks. they're ringing
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bells. each bell was signified one child that was killed at the sandy hook elementary tragedy. >> we are going to be here. for those that have died we have to be here for them. there is no reason why we have assault rifles and our country. i am all for free about we have to protect the innocent from those that are not responsible. >> we knew people that were massacred 10 years ago and nothing has changed it keeps getting worse. we have to speak up. >> back here live, the folks say that since newton, conn. the tide has turned. they are more, optimistic. possible, laws that could be more strict. however, they know that they have to keep the pressure on it. dan kerman, kron 4. >> this just in to the kron 4 news room a west
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sacramento police officer is accused of sexual assault and kidnapping. while on patrol. they say that sergio alvarez to a good vantage of women from 20 years old-47. and he has been a police officer since 2007. the 37 year-old was put on administrative leave. he is not worked since now, he is fired. they are urging and the potential victims to contact the police department. >> developing right now. the coast guard is searching into the night for a family. missing at sea off the coast of monterey. kron4's charles clifford is live on yerba buena island with what we're learning about the search. and the chilling distress call, charles? >> reporter: right now, i am read outside of the coast outside kron 4yerb europe pour
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enoug i am outside of yerba buena this is video from abc seven. 4:20 they received a distress calls from a family sailing off the california coast. possibly west of monterey. they say that the 29 year-old single boat was 29-year-old sousail boat was taking on water. this is the last message. >> we are abandoning ship. >> reporter: from the radio messages, there were four people on board, man, woman, a four year old and the 8 year-old cousin. but they do not know anybody stayman, where they were from, or how long they were at sea. the vessel did not have a gps or proper safety quick massage as
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lifejackets. they could have also tried to make a life raft with a cooler. the search was all night. they say they will continue looking. >> we're going to continue search for this evening by boat. through tonight and tomorrow. at first sight will launch air craft with a real searches. with-- aerial.. searches if anybody has information or recognizes that voice on the distressed call is asked to call the coast guard. >> the single vote was not very close to shore. that sailboat. was not close to shore it was still 65 mi. off the coast. this focus search effort is extensive.
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the water is moving south. >> new at 8 tonight. las vegas police are making finding an oakland man's killer. the shooting happened last week on the vegas strip. and left three people dead. kron 4's j-r stone is following the story and talked with the victim's father this evening. >> reporter: the sun did not know the suspect. and he said that he was not a bad person. a young man that was just trying to make it. >> we can say with certainty that he is a suspect who fired the fatal shot. >> reporter: las vegas police have charged terrace with three counts of murder in connection with this las vegas shooting that left oakland demand dead. this shooter is still on the loose. >> if anybody is aware of his location or is assisting him in any way, you will be
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a arrested and prosecuted >> reporter: they believe that he also was responsible driving this maserati with a passenger in side. after he was struck he was also struck through an intersection. people were killed in the focus of las vegas was on a fugitive, and for those thelping him. you mige thinking that he was a friend but keep in mind that he is wanted for the murder of three citizens. >> they reportedly got into an argument outside of a hotel early thursday morning. a short time later gunshots were heard. the black range rover was recovered but that where parts are not known. >> we believe somebody knows where he is, his whereabouts. >> reporter: family members
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in oakland arson and get the fuel records are being right now. perhaps thursday or friday of this week. we should know more, tomorrow. j.r. storm, kron 4 news. >> jacqueline: --the federal orangeman' are being made righ. -the funeral of derangementsa arrangements the l of arrangements. are being made. possibly for thursday or friday. >> jacqueline: we could see 60s tomorrow. rather mild. tickets seven degrees in napa. 50s through pleasanton, redwood city. and 50s-with 20 m.p.h. wind speed along the coast. breezy and it will keep that fog at bay. very little fog.
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again, very similar to what we saw today with mild temperatures. but we do have more in store for later. temperatures in the '70s by thursday but will talk more about that and changes. >> ahead at eight. free after spending nearly seven years in prison. for the first time. hear the jailhouse interview that became a key piece of evidence in getting ronald ross's case overturned. >> the search for an oakland couple. who disappeared in peru nearly a month ago. after his arrest in dublin. rapper m-c hammer is speaking out. what he has to say about the incident. next. ♪ roundup
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after he spent nearly 7 years in jail. this is ronald ross when he was released from prison on friday. and tonight, the tape that helps prove ronald ross was not at the scene of a 2006 murder at the campbell village complex in west oakland. >> do you remember the shooting? >> yes. >> do you know ronald ross? >> no. was he knew the shooting? >> no. >> we just heard the two people. we heard one of ross' attorney's interviewing steven embrey senior. that's the man whose son says his father, embry senior, was the shooter in that 2006 murder. embry senior is in custody for a crime spree in 2011. as for ross, the 51-year old enjoyed this weekend - his first as a free man in more than 6 years. ross says he ate shrimp, enjoyed the fresh air, and had to pinch himself.to make sure his new found freedom is in fact, reality.
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tonight, the search continues for a young oakland couple. who disappeared about a month ago. kron4's maureen kelly talked to garrett's mom about her search efforts. the family of garrett hand has turned this concord living room into a war room.with maps.and notes on the latest developments.as they try and track the missing pair's movements. it was thru facebook that they realized the couple had gone off the grid.after they stopped posting photos about their trip as they biked across south america. and garrett's online bank account record.shows he stopped taking out money at the same time. his mother says technology has helped pin down where they were last scene. >> the social and networking
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has been a dream it has been actually showing their ipod and a bus station that was the last location. that is absolutely huge to us. to begin this search for them. we have them located in a bus station. >> reporter: now the family has created a facebook page to reach out to people in peru and other travellers.and created an email account where people can send in their tips.all in hopes that somewhere.either on the ground in south america or in cyberspace can help bring garrett and jamie home safe. maureen kelly kron4 news. >> new details tonight surrounding the arrest of bay area rapper m-c hammer. police say hammer was in a car with expired plates. and refused to cooperate with them. leading to his arrest. but as kron four's terisa estacio reports, hammer is calling the incident racial profiling. >> on this twitter page eight shows that he is
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tapping on his window asking him if you are on a parole or probation? and it was comical to me when he pulled out his gun and asked for backup. they took him into custody and arrested him for resisting an officer. he posted bail and was released and has a march court date. this is the booking photograph. he said instead of being better i am taking this opportunity to make this a teachable moment. t terisa estacio, kron 4. >> in the south bay. taxpayers may have to foot the bill to pay for road repairs in san jose. this is an example of the more 375 miles of city streets that are now rated to be in 'poor' condition.
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repairs could cost a hundred million dollars a year, more than five times the current budget. next month the city council will consider options that include raising sales taxes or a bond measure that could cost the average homeowner 100-dollars a year. here's some reaction from those who travel those bumpy roads. >> if it is $100 per year? that's how much are the taxes already going to our taxes what should guide be giving more of money if their release was to be taking care of this? >> if we are traveling at high speeds on the highway it could be significant damage. however, if i am on a fixed income, $100 is a significant. >> the roads are bad and on the other hand people are getting taxed. there is probably a fair amount of resistance. would you
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support this? >> " i would, yes" >> san jose has more than 300-million dollars in backlog repairs alone. most of them are the result of on-going budget cuts. >> jacqueline: these conditions looking breezy. temperatures along the coast about the same as what we saw today. 40 degrees. we will warm up slightly but that. warming trend will take thursday towards friday. 60s and even 70's. more on that in a moment but first, we are going to see some preconditions. that should keep the fog at bay. fog tracker, not much pinpointed. a bit of fog towards the south bay. and by eight, mostly clear skies. temperatures a bit more mild. still, 30's in
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the delta and inland valleys. by noon, quickly getting into the 60s for the north bay. portions of the south bay. and by 2:00 a.m.. it will be about 40's and '50's with still not that bad starting with the morning lows. portions of the north bay but above freezing. 35 in livermore, 45 for most of the bayshore. and for the afternoon, 60s. 55 degrees and palo alto. 63 and san jose. 50s for the east bay. 60s in concord, walnut creek. and and union city. we are expecting breezy conditions. mild through san francisco. with
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warm conditions for the rest of this week. temperatures in the '60s and '70s. temperatures will be the warmest day. changes returning to the forecast. seabury's is continuing with cloud coverage and cooler temperatures. gabe slate tech report sea breezes. -- >> the tech headlines. if you, or you are going to get in and for smart phone you might want to wait. samsung has officially announced that march 14th will be the new phone. it has been a huge success even outselling the iphone last quarter. it might be worth waiting for. details could be next week. and the oscars would be a big hit on social medial from pace polk & twitter.
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the most talked about was not the argo st was 'django'.. and jennifer lawrence cut the bragging rights for best dressed. and the most watched a moment of the oscars was the best supporting actor for 'djang o' yesterday was steve jobs is birthday he would've been 58. there is a you tube channel. it is called every steve jobs video and everything that he is given. and if this is also interesting he is known for his amazing public speaking skills. however there is one from 1978 showed a very nervous steve jobs.
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>> look at that i am on television. and this is not the real thing you just wanted a picture of me? and where is the restroom because i am catholic going to throw up any moment definitely--going to throw up in a moment--gabe slate tech report >> coming up there is a collector of truck mirrors. in the next edition of people behaving badly. >> gary: coming up later in this broadcast the latest on andrew bogut his bad back and a mug shot you never want to have. and a snow boarder that is only 1 year old and in a corridor being recruited and an eighth
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grader being recruited for basketball.
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(male announcer): now, here's stanley roberts who found some people behaving badly.
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>> ofyou are looking at truck mirrors, mirrors that have been collected on sir frances drake blvd. in the town of san anselmo. the collector of said side mirrors believe it or not is this electric pole, yes you heard me electric pole you see about a few hundred feet away are two advisory signs reading no trucks in right lane. but wait how can ayellow advisory sign tell you not to do somethingthis sign should be in black and white, not yellow. but if you were ever going to head an advisory, this would be it because if you take a close look at the pole you will understand the reason why trucks, and buses, should avoid this lane it't been basically shreadded. which would account for the broke truck parts littering the sidewalk around the pole.
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a lot the truck driver who frequent this stretch of sir frances drake are aware of this issue. but every now and then you will see a truck in the right hand lane ignoreing the poorly engineered advisory sign and the fact that since the road is on a slight angle large trucks lean into the pole, which would account for the numerous marks on the pole. now i spoke to central marin police authority and they had no record of any pole collision in 2013. but looking at this mirror by the pole there is a strong possibility some collisions go unreported. so who is behaving badly here, the town of san anselmo, this street need to be re-engineered before someone get hurt. in san anselmo stanley roberts kron 4 news. if you have a comment or story idea for stanley, you can email us at peoplebehavingbadly@kron4.co m
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>> coming up on kron4. a look at what's now being called a record-setting storm. now powering its way across the plains states tonight. plus: a look at the world's oldest marathon runner. running his last race at the age of 101. >> pretty mild. how long will this stick with us? details coming up. you can't move the tv there.
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[ fancy voice ] brilliant idea, darling. ♪ [ female announcer ] the wireless receiver. get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for 1 year when you bundle tv and internet. rethink possible. >> now for a look at our top stories at eight-thirty. the search continues tonight for a family of four. missing at sea of the coast of monterey.
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the coast guard says a husband, wife and two young children sent a series of destress calls sunday. saying their sailboat was sinking. a search is underway in peru. for a young oakland couple who disappeared about a month ago. jamie neal and garrett hand were last heard from on january 25th. a few weeks after their disappearance the state department issued a travel warning to u-s citizens that criminals may be plotting to kidnap american tourists in the area the couple was last seen. hand's family has created a facebook page to reach out to people in peru and other travellers. >> he was wrongfully convicted for nearly seven- years for a violent assault in west oakland that he didn't commit. ronald ross is now a free man. due in large part to law students from the northern california >> a powerful winter storm is moving across the plains states, pounding texas, oklahoma. and parts of kansas and missouri. in some cities. it's becoming a record-setting storm. melisa raney reports. >> reporter: the national weather service is calling it "a crippling historic blizzard." a snowstorm that pounded the texas panhandle monday with two-to-three inches an hour. in amarillo, texas the
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national weather service says nineteen inches fell monday--breaking a single day record for the month of february that was set in 1893. things got so bad the texas department of transportation actually pulled its plows off the roads.as national guard units helped stranded drivers. oklahoma declared a state of emergency >> "i've done this spot, probably seven times today." colorado snow plow driver joel thompson spent hours trying to clear one parking lot. last week--wichita kansas got its second-highest storm snowfall on record with more than a foot in two days--the city says it used half of its salt and sand. now this next storm could dump as much as 26 inches more. governor sam brownback says it has him very concerned. >> "the ditches are full of snow, so you can throw it off as quick or as easy, so this one could be much more
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treacherous to travel in." kansas city, missouri, is getting close to shattering a 50-year-old record for february snowfall -- 20- point-7 inches. i'm melisa raney,kron4 news. >> jacqueline: heavy rainfall. through the east coast. pressing into georgia. and some severe storms issued with what is on the very bottom of your screen. tornado warnings in louisiana. this nearly was exact just a few days ago because of the general pattern. with warmer air is mixing with this cooler air, that this mix it with the snowfall. as we take a look at our satellite and writer
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clear skies. high pressure is building offshore. through the central plains. keeping it dry. picking up that cold arctic air. and towards the central plains. this pattern that is impacting the entire country. dry, warmer conditions that will continue. >> donations and toys poured in after the deadly shooting. now, the family has a chance to reflect. >> if it is a race car or a hot start it is christmas and february for the children in newton, connecticut. he grabbed back for gaps. >> is really special that everybody donated these.
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because of what happened. >> what happened was unprecedented. toys and presents pouring into the community. as they did what they could to combat the tragedy. >> it was everybody wanting to be a part of this healing process. >> this is just a handful of the 60,000 people and you did. thousands of others that were given out. this makes up just one third of everything that was built in from around the world. >> we want to thank everybody. >> their children were paid with troy and the also reflected on the gesture. >> is pretty special that they gave it to us. they were pretty cool. >> just for us, i think it is pretty cool. and for us to try to be happy and get
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over it. the desire that they recognize the true meaning behind the donations. >> i am hoping that they understand and their parents explain birdies came from. so they hear the love. >> fauja sing, the world's oldest long-distance marathon runner, ran his last race sunday. to much fanfare -- fauja went to hong kong to run his final race -- a 10 kilometre event. he crosses the finish line in just over one hour and 32 minutes. he completes it around 4 minutes faster than when he ran the race last year. he says the secret is not his diet. or even his training routine. but simply his love for the sport. >> it is because of the happiness that i get out of it. and i do it well.
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>> fauja took up the sport to cope with the untimely death of his son about a decade ago. he's completed 9 successful marathons. and in 2011 when he was 101-years-old. he became the oldest person on record to complete a marathon. fauja says although he is retiring.he'll continue to run for pleasure. >> automatic budget cuts. the impact it will have on california, next.
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>> now for today's market update. stocks plunge, as italy appears headed for a political gridlock. here are a look at today's closing numbers. the dow dropped 216 points to close at 13-thousand- 784. that's the biggest drop since november. nasdaq lost 45 points. to three-thousand-116. and the s-and-p 500 dropped 27 points to close at one- thousand-487. billions of dollars in
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forced budget cuts are only four days away. members of congress were finally are back on capitol hill today after a recess. and president obama welcomed the nation's governors to the white house. but is anybody looking for a compromise that will avoid the chaos scheduled to hit this friday? jim acosta reports. >> "welcome everybody." >> reporter: speaking to a meeting of the nation's governors. president obama said if congress wants to stop those forced spending cuts that start going into effect at the end of the week. lawmakers better do something about it. >> "these cuts do not have to happen. congress can turn them off any time with just a little bit of compromise." >> reporter: to get congress in the spirit of compromise. the white house is warning what's about to be cut. on a state by state level: 12 hundred teacher and aide jobs at risk in california. 74 hundred fewer children receiving vaccines in florida. and 52 thousand defense workers furloughed in texas. the president asked the press to leave a closed door meeting with the governors.so he could have a frank question and answer session. >> "what i want to do is
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clear out the press so we can take some questions." >> reporter: and candid. is what the president is getting. from louisiana's governor bobby jindal. >> "i think that the president needs to stop trying to scare the american people, that absolutely you can cut less than three percent without all these awful consequences." >> reporter: just as jindal wrapped up his remarks. homeland security secretary janet napolitano suggested to reporters that the cuts could make the nation's borders. vulnerable to >> "i don't think we can maintain the same level of security at all places around the country with >> reporter: "can you just say right here for the record that you are not here just trying to scare people? that what you're saying has to happen, is a necessity as a result of these cuts?" >> "i'm not here to scare people. i'm here to inform." >> "line by line, page by page." >> reporter: house republicans released a web video pointing out the president has repeatedly promised to comb through the federal budget to find smarter savings. while a pro-obama super pac pointed out in its own video that republicans approved the forced cuts. >> "we got that in the law. we got that in law. we got that in law."
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>> reporter: governor jindal doesn't sound encouraged. >> "do you think these cuts are going to happen?" >> "i think as you've heard these governors say we think there's enough time for this administration to come up with a sensible alternative. but for that to happen for these cuts to be averted the ball's in the president's court." >> tonight we're getting a clearer picture of just how big an impact the cuts will have here in california. kron 4's grant lodes reports. california primary and secondary schools will lose 87 million dollars. that's pay for 12=hundred teachers and aides. disabled students: another 63 million cut. no financial aid for about 10=thousand low income college students. no head start programs for 82=hundred young children police, courts and prisons: federal aid drops by one=point six million dollars. 3=thousand women will no longer have access to programs providing
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protection from domestic violence. clean air and water projects would lose more than 12=million dollars. nearly two million more would be cut from fish and wildlife protection. health care: no money to vaccinate 16=thousand children for childhood diseases or treat 94=hundred people with substance abuse problems. or test 50=thousand people for h=i=v. the pentagon says it will cut 64=thousand civilian jobs in california. 130=thousand unemployed californians would lose help in finding jobs. and everyone receiving emergency unemployment benefits will get 11 percent less money. grant lodes, kron 4 news >> same sex couples don't qualify for many tax breaks - but there's one advantage they do get. it's called the second parent adoption tax credit-- and same sex spouses can claim it when they adopt a partner's child. straight spouses can only claim the credit if they both adopt a child together. second parent adoptions can be very expensive and can run up to four- thousand dollars in legal and court
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fees. qualifying taxpayers can claim up to 12-thousand-650 dollars per child for certain expenses. last wednesday may be the alex smith, the trade rumors coming up with gary radnich, coming up. [ female announcer ] now get high speed internet at home
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>> jacqueline: high-pressure building. it has been a nice day. a look at our highs for today with 70's. 66 in napa. 61 and oakland. 60s through redwood city. and as we look ahead tonight. breezier the coast. fog will stay at bay.
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very similar with mild conditions. we will continue the warming trend later this week. with 70's. fourth, let us talk about what required to see tomorrow. first, it will be breezy keeping the fog at bay. the inland valleys but by 6:00 p.m., it will mean the vigo on. pretty cr conditions. and temperatures will be a bit more mild. 40's however, the delta and the inland valleys. but by noon, temperatures in the 60s already. widespread 60s by 2:00 p.m. but 40's and '50's for the evening. if you have plans, grab your jacket. it's santa rosa, 35 degrees also through livermore. 40's for the
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bayshore. for the afternoon, another nice day, in deed. and and and 65 in palo alto. and 60s in concord, 63 danville also along the coast, sometimes in the 50s and breezy. really nice in the north bay with 60 degree readings. as for your extended forecast. temperatures pretty much the same. warmer conditions with '60s and '70s. we will cool back down. ♪ >> gary: grieving, everybody. the warriors how is he feeling? last time warriors fans see andrew bogut for a while the center has a bulging disc in his back that is causing spasms that will keep him sidelined with no timetable for a return in his 7-year career he has missed the equivilant of a season with various ailments
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bogut has played in only 12 of the team's 54 games so far this season due to a surgically-repaired ankle that took longer to rehab than anticipated the good news is a specialist at cedars-sinai in los angeles said that if it is indeed a disc protrusion bogut should be able to return fully recovered in 2-to-6 weeks and the condition should not threaten his career >> according to one report the a trade of alex smith from the 49ers is basically a done deal although no team has been indentified for certain the kansas city chiefs have been mentioned as smith's probable desination the compensation is also mostly guesswork but a 3rd or 4th round pick seems to be the popular prediction trades cannot be confirmed until march 12 so nothing can become official until then
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smith's passer rating was third among nfl starting quarterbacks last season but he was replaced by colin kaepernick after sustaining a concussion >> desmond bryant raiders defensive tackle desmond bryant looked pretty out of it in his mug shot which was taken yesterday morning around 9:30am in miami bryant was arrested and charged with misdemeanor criminal mischief bryant allegedly went over to a neighbors house shirtless and drunk and caused a commotion, according to miami-dade county records. bryant has been on the raiders the last four years but is set to be a free agent come next month. >> tom brady has received a three-year extension from the new england patriots worth about $27 million. the 35-year-old two-time league mvp was signed through 2014, and has said he wants to play five more years. by redoing his contract monday, brady also has cleared nearly $15 million from new england's salary cap. brady currently has a four- year, $72 million deal with $48 million guaranteed.
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49ers fans remember all too well the dance moves of ravens wide receiver and kick returner jacob jones. the 28 year old jones torched the niners in the super bowl with two long touchdowns and then got his groove on afterwards well jones has danced his way all the way onto dancing with the starswhich is now in it's 16th season the rest of the cast will be announced tomorrow. >> the nfl combine has not been too kind to former notre dame linebacker manti te'o te'o ran a 4.82 40-yard dash which put him 20th out of 26 linebackers te'o wasn't overly impressive in any of his drills. a one-time sure fire early first rounder, te'o's issues off the field, combined with a poor showing in the national championship game, as well as a mediocre combine, and he could fall into the 2nd round or later brett pill 2-run double down the left-field line buster posey and hunter
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pence score the giants took a 9-0 lead but the white sox come all the way back bruce bochy's son brett bochy gives up a three-run home run to seth loman to tie the game 9-9 final: 9-9 tie cactus - a's/indians josh reddick makes a nice running catch to rob cord phelps of a hit josh donaldson makes a nice diving snag at third base and gets juan diaz at first for an inning ending play saving 2 runs. final: 14-10 indians and mattel footbal tcal... football still struggling, with those selling with those seats. sonny dykes
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throughout the race ratings were up 30% over last year and the highest they have been in seven years. patrick also became the first woman to lead the daytona 500 on lap 91. whe was 3rd into the final lap but ended up finishing 8th jimmy johnson won for the 2nd time and dale earnhardt jr. finished 2nd >> at alabama is the number one the country and football and in eighth grader has been offered based scholarship. dillon moses. they saw him in the eighth grade. the word has leaked out l s u offered him a scholarship when it was only in the seventh greatgrade and hw
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about this one year old in oregaon will turn 2 years old in one month...
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>> pam: see you at 11.